A gap in the availability of shared branching outlets in Northern and Western Iowa was narrowed after four Iowa credit unions began offering the cooperative service.

According to Credit Union Service Network, a shared branching network that facilitates shared branching access with CO-OP Shared Branching, the $98 million Cedar Falls Community Credit Union, the $68 million North Iowa Community Credit Union and the $23 million Sioux Valley Community Credit Union signed contracts as both issuers and acquirers. A fourth credit union, the $8 million Quaker Oats Credit Union in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, signed a contract as an issuer only.

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